Clients 18 years and younger with private health insurance are required to provide documentation of immunization coverage. All immunizations are given on a walk-in basis. Immunization prices can be found on the Fees page. Immunization questions? Call 913-826-1261 and leave a message.
The Johnson County Department of Health and Environment (JCDHE) is not a primary care provider. If you need medical treatment, please call your health care provider or a local health clinic.
If you need a copy of your medical or immunization record, please complete the Release of Information Authorization (English) or Autorización de Divulgación de Información (Español) form and return it to us via email at [email protected]. You can fax the form to us at 913-826-1300. If you need further assistance, contact Medical Records at 913-477-8355.
What to Bring with You
Payment for Services
Clients may pay for vaccines out-of-pocket or bill to insurance. JCDHE is a KanCare provider for all managed care organizations: Aetna Better Health of Kansas, Sunflower and UnitedHealthcare Community Plan. JCDHE also accepts private insurance from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City, Ambetter, Cigna, Aetna and UnitedHealthcare.
We do not accept insurance from any Medicare HMO plans. Many of the services JCDHE offers are covered by insurance; check your health benefit plan to confirm coverage for payment of services.
JCDHE is a Vaccines for Children Program (VFC) provider. The program provides free vaccines to children age 18 and younger with an administration fee. Find out if your child is eligible for the VFC program.
We accept cash, check, credit or debit card as payment for clients who do not meet criteria, are without insurance or who carry other insurance plans.
Private pay immunizations have to be paid at the time of service. Price is subject to change based on the cost of the vaccine.
Types of Immunizations Available
School Required Immunizations
Parents/guardians are urged to make school vaccinations a priority for school-aged children. Our walk-in immunization clinics get busier as school enrollment approaches, so getting children vaccinated early will save time. Vaccines protect children against infections that can be deadly or cause problems such as blindness and hearing loss.